Authors suggest more research on the impact of ADHD medications on pregnancies may be needed, though they did not look at why so much is being prescribed.
Pixie had always been house trained, with not a single accident. So his behavior was all the more unusual, when he was noted dribbling urine while walking past his family in the living room one evening.
We recently spoke with Howard M. Nathan, CEO of the Gift of Life Donor Program, the federally designated nonprofit organ and tissue transplant network for eastern Pa., S.J., and Delaware.
Classic triggers of heart burn are spicy foods, tomato-based products, greasy or fried foods, dairy, coffee and chocolate.
Cases in the city are still increasing and officials expect that to continue for another two or three weeks. Flu usually does the most damage in February and March.
Are you the modern-day incarnation of landed gentry from 18th-century England? Or do you share the pale features of a 19th-century Norwegian lass, gazing wistfully from a balcony?
Even parents have been astonished to learn how much their children were processing, once they could type out their thoughts and feelings on tablets, phones and other devices.
Known as the "Tide pod challenge", teens are daring each other over social media to bite into detergent packets. Here are the health risks involved with this latest challenge.
When too many calories are cut, the body transitions into survival mode, breaking down muscle tissue for energy and slowing the metabolism to conserve energy.
Resist the temptation to hibernate indoors until warmer weather returns.
Adding to some online observers' skepticism that Trump's measurements were accurate was the fact that his body mass index was 29.9 - just below the 30.0 threshold for him to be officially described as obese.
"In the United States, the disease in dogs is not cured with the current medical treatment."
Nationally, as of mid-December, at least 106 people had died of the infectious disease.